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NHL Coaches on the Brink

NHL Coaches on the Brink

Playoff races are heating up as the regular season hits the home stretch. Consequently, a select few coaches are also feeling the heat. A few coaches that could find themselves in the unemployment line come season’s end. Todd McLellan – San Jose Seat Temperature: Scalding This may be a slam dunk firing. The Sharks are [...]

April 2, 2015 Mike Frazier Headlines, NHL 1

WATCH: Dustin Byfuglien Devastates J.T Miller with Cross-Check to Head

WATCH: Dustin Byfuglien Devastates J.T Miller with Cross-Check to Head

The Department of Player Safety has already confirmed Winnipeg Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien will have a hearing (and probably a suspension) after performing this amateur chiropractic adjustment on J.T Miller: Byfuglien’s crosscheck is irresponsible on many different levels. The Jets are right in the middle of the most critical juncture of their homestretch push for [...]

April 2, 2015 Adam Steevens Balltribe TV, NHL 1

Bruins All But End Panthers’ Playoff Hopes

Bruins All But End Panthers’ Playoff Hopes

It won’t sit well with the masses, but it appears the Boston Bruins are destined for the Stanley Cup Playoffs once again, despite a season of underachievment. The Bruins upended the Florida Panthers at TD Garden 3-2 Tuesday Night adding another two points to their wildcard lead over the Panthers and Senators. Florida now trails [...]

April 1, 2015 Mike Frazier Headlines, NHL 3

Watch: Puck Gets Stuck in the Visor of Stars’ Patrik Nemeth

Watch: Puck Gets Stuck in the Visor of Stars’ Patrik Nemeth

The odds of this happening in a hockey game have got to be much worse than one in a million. Last night in the Dallas Stars’ loss to the Calgary Flames, a blooper happened that may never be repeated. When the Flames attempted to dump the puck in the Stars zone it took a funny [...]

March 31, 2015 admin Balltribe TV, NHL 0

The Suite Life of a Live NHL Game

The Suite Life of a Live NHL Game

The St. Louis Blues are one of my favorite things in life, for better or worse. Scottrade Center has been like my second home since I was about 14 years old (many moons ago). As a transplanted fan living in Denver, my opportunities to attend games are obviously few and far between each season. I [...]

March 31, 2015 Mike Frazier NHL 0

Hockey Analyst Brian Engblom Takes Puck to the Head, Gets Stitches, Returns to Game

Hockey Analyst Brian Engblom Takes Puck to the Head, Gets Stitches, Returns to Game

NBC hockey analyst Brian Engblom last night took a puck to the forehead during the Penguins-Sharks game. Of course being Sidney Crosby and his pin point accuracy, Engblom took it dead center of the forehead. Obviously you’d think Engblom would need a substitution and be rushed to hospital. Not this analyst. He stepped away, got [...]

March 30, 2015 admin Hot Seat, NHL 0

Watch: How to Talk Like an NHLer

Watch: How to Talk Like an NHLer

“All hockey players are bi-lingual. They know English and profanity” –Gordie Howe Hockey has a language and culture all its own, and while much of it is PG-13, there’s still plenty of family-friendly hockey chatter that needs some translating from time to time. Visa enlisted the help of some A-list NHLers to help decipher some [...]

March 29, 2015 Adam Steevens NHL 0

Watch: Kessel Lashes Out at Teammate During Practice

Watch: Kessel Lashes Out at Teammate During Practice

The Toronto Maple Leafs have suffered on a epic scale this season, firing coaches, trading off talent, suspending Kadri for alarm-clock-related-shortcomings, and it’s no surprise that the frustrations are beginning to boil over in Toronto. It’s not uncommon for players to scrap with on another during practice. This happens to successful and unsuccessful teams alike [...]

March 29, 2015 Adam Steevens Balltribe TV, Headlines, NHL 0

Throwback Thursday; Today in NHL History

Throwback Thursday; Today in NHL History

March 26, 1917 It was 98 years ago today that the Seattle Metropolitans defeated the defending champion Montreal Canadiens to become the first American club to win Lord Stanley’s Cup. Yes, the Emerald City once hosted a professional hockey franchise, though not from the National Hockey League we are all accustomed to. The Metropolitans played [...]

March 26, 2015 Mike Frazier NHL 0

Surging Sens Rally to Bury Sharks, Overtake Bruins in Wild Card Race

Surging Sens Rally to Bury Sharks, Overtake Bruins in Wild Card Race

Please refrain from throwing hamburgers at your computer screen. All this talk about the Hamburgler has made me anything but hungry for McDonald’s. Andrew Hammond and his Senators teammates however, are hungry for something far more significant at this juncture: a playoff spot. Ottawa’s 5-2 win over San Jose Monday Night was their seventh in [...]

March 24, 2015 Mike Frazier Headlines, NHL 0